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schooling her children until antioch takes action. as much as her children miss their school, they worry about seeing her again. >> i feel scared. if they tape me again. >> reporter: in antioch. christin ayers, cbs5. >>> some crooks rammed a stolen car into a conquered game stop. they drove through the window and got away with thousands of dollars worth of electronics. the only thing they didn't take? the car. stolen. didn't need it. when the last time you checked your grocery receipt, you notice anything different? getting overcharged the more common than you might think. >> in a story you will only see right here. july-watts discovered safeway makes more mistakes than other california grocery stores. >> there is a policy if you charge lorer than the advertised price, you get the items free under $5. >> reporter: that is what customers are supposed to get when they are overcharged at safeway. the results of a 2008 lawsuit after a statewide investigation found the same thing back then we are still finding today. widespread overcharges. we went shops at five safeway stores an were overcha
together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this, regardless of the politics. >> it is an obvious and perfectly appropriate emotional response to say something's got to be done. >> reporter: uc berkeley criminal law professor believes the american people will also have a change in public sentiment. a call for gun control. but he does not believe it will last long enough to change actual law. >> the only time when most citizens worry about things like assault weapons is in the middle of a mass shooting episode. >> reporter: he says when a mass shooting occurs, gun control is called for. but after the hype dies down, the opponents gain traction because they care vehemently and fight long-term. >> the intensity of the opponents' control will outweigh the mild support that the rest of the population might feel. >> reporter: in 1999, during the columbine shooting, 39 people were killed or injured. the next year, a public policy institute of california polls showed 62% of californians wanted stricter gun control. just before the oikos shooting in oakland of april of
,,,,,,,,,,, a class action lawsuit over unintended accel >>> toyota says it will pay more than $1 billion to settle a class action lawsuit over unintended acceleration in its vehicles. the proposed settlement would be one of the largest of its type in automotive history. if approved by a federal judge, toyota would make cash payments for vehicles devalued by multiple recalls and install special safety features on more than three million cars. >> for consumers, the two major defects in toyota vehicles are going to get fixed. the bad news is, how many more defects are there? how many more recalls are there going to be? after all, toyota, in the last three years, has recalled over 10 million vehicles. >> now, this settlement does not resolve claims by people who want money for injury or death linked to the acceleration problem. >>> well, for the cost of a postage stamp, a group of bay area women received a priceless gift. juliette goodrich explains how it all started with a discovery in a thrift store. >> these five cards must have somehow gotten mixed in >> reporter: she found five cards, but no stam
promises of any action. >> reporter: the mayor and police brass admitted up front violent crime is on the rise. specifically robberies. >> i feel your pain. >> reporter: deputy chief, captains, lieutenants talked about programs they're using. there the focus of this town hall meeting, crime prevention. what is stunning is the multiple shootings that happened in this district less than 24 hours ago they were never mentioned. there were four people shot in the neighborhood. you didn't address it at all. >> there are rules that are being held where people in that particular beat can talk to the officers about specific crime problems. with i want to aggress that there. not everybody here wants to hear about that shooting. >> reporter: one resident called the safety meeting. >> the data is never really up to date. they're always playing catch up with well what happened yesterday? >> reporter: are you convinced there are solutions? >> no. how could you feel that? you have no -- >> reporter: the mayor promised change is coming. >> we have to have more police officers and have to have p
to see if lanza was on any medication. >>> president obama promising near action to curb gun violence. >> i will use all the powers of this office to help advance efforts aimed at prevents more tragedies like this. we won't prevent them all, but that can't be an excuse not to try. it will take commitment and compromise and most of all, courage. >> the president wants congress to vote early next year to renew the ban on military-style assault weapons and outlaw sales of high-capacity ammunition clips. he also wants to close the gun show loophole, so all buyers are subject to federal background checks. but it doesn't end there. >> we're going to need to work on making access to mental health care at least as easy as access to a gun. we're going to need to look more closely at a culture that all too often glorifies guns and violence. >> and the president has put vice president biden in charge of a governmentwide effort to come up with concrete proposals by january. >>> not all guns are created equal. there are automatics, semiautomatics, and the list goes on. the cbs 5 reporter phil show
to the payment in a class action st acceleration. th >>> tonight, toyota is now one step closer to paying a $1 billion legal settlement over sudden acceleration. the carmaker recalled 14 million cars worldwide to deal with the defect it blamed on drivers and floor mats. final approval of the settlement is not expected until june. >>> when it comes to luxury cars, economic speed bumps don't seem to get in the way. they're going to finish the year at their highest level since 2007. it's expected to grow more next year. that's especially true for higher-end luxury cars. >> we're very excited about sales. cars are flying off the lots. >> they can fly? car sales are traditionally up around the holidays, because that's when bosses get their big bonuses. but dealers are also reporting increases in the more moderate vehicles. >>> well, fans of the 1950's, 60's and 70's, have a new way to show it. replicas of the vintage license plates will be offered by the dmv will be offered january 1. it includes yellow letters over a blue background. the legacy license plates cost $50. >>> and it's a welcome way
perez to take down any allegations of theft and comments about legal action. >> if we need to, we will appeal, to make sure people are not afraid to speak out. >> reporter: the court still must decide whether there are grounds for a defamation case. chip reed, washington. >>> all right, paula. we're going to yelp the weather this weekend. >> but it's gonna be nice, right? >> this one -- never use the word guarantee in weather. i've learned that. but you know what? this is pretty close. it's going to be a nice weekend coming up. i know it's only thursday. we like to call it friday eve. we will be dry right on through the weekend. hi-def doppler showing no rain. that's a change, because 12 of the past 20 days it has rained, but tonight it did not. a beautiful night for christmas in the park in san jose. we will take you there. believe it or not, it started way back in the 1950's with one single nativity scene. a beautiful night with mainly clear skies in the south bay. san jose, you'll drop down to 45 tonight. fremont, 45. concord, 45. it's december. it gets chilly. and santa rosa,
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